An island country, Indonesia boasts of more than 17000 islands. It can be difficult to pick just the right island for you but we can help you with that.
Well Indonesia is a tropical country located on the equator. This means there is no real winter season, but there is rainfall and that is one thing most people want to avoid when visiting an island. While each island has its own micro climate, some times totally the opposite of other islands, September is a month where most visit worthy islands in Indonesia offer fantastic climate.
It’s a great time to visit Bali as there is minimal rainfall and resort prices are lower than peak tourist months of July-August. If you plan to go climbing Mt. Bromo on Java then September is the perfect month as it offers clear rain free days with a nice breeze.
On Komodo Island September is mating and nesting season for the Komodo Dragons, huge lizards that look like dragons found only on this island. September is also a great time to see orangutans on Indonesian Borneo and in Raja Ampat September offers a good time for scuba diving with an abundance of Manta rays. Raja Ampat is ‘the’ destination for scuba divers and features on most divers bucket lists.
September fall in the dry season for most Indonesian Islands so you won’t encounter much rain. Temperatures remain pretty much to same throughout the year and range between 25°C to 35°C depending on where you are. It’s a great time for water activities and scuba diving.